Along with cancer's frightening medical repercussions, the dreaded disease brings with it a host of other challenges, and drains families' physical, emotional and financial resources.
Ezer Mizion distributes over half a million hot meals annually to family members of hospitalized patients as well as to the elderly, disabled, and homebound.
Ezer Mizion provides a range of services to maximize the potential of handicapped children as well as alleviating financial pressure, physical demands and emotional strain.
Ezer Mizion, the Israel Health Support Organization, offers an extensive range of medical and social support services to help Israel’s sick, disabled, elderly and underprivileged populations. Since its founding in 1979, Ezer Mizion has grown to become one of the largest non-profit organizations in Israel, benefiting over 670,000 people every year.
Ezer Mizion was founded in 1979 by Chananya Chollak. Ezer Mizion has 58 centers in 31 cities throughout Israel, with over 16,000 volunteers and an annual budget of $100 million.
Ezer Mizion’s diverse line-up of services includes the world’s largest Jewish Bone Marrow Donor Registry and specialized programs for children with special needs, cancer patients, the elderly, and the mentally ill.